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interlaced

A display system or image that does not render contiguous lines one after the other. See interlace and interlaced GIF.

Interlaced

Intermixed forms that cross over each other with alternation as if woven together.
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There are two specific challenges for SD interlaced to HD progressive transcoding: How to scale up pixels to give the sharpest results; and how to remap interlaced pixels onto a progressive display without artefacts.
5 scanning lines, interlaced 2:1 to create a single frame.
When used in Interlaced Therapy[TM], we believe that mibefradil and other T-type calcium channel inhibitors will amplify the cancer killing effect of current chemotherapies thereby offering an improvement over standard treatments.
Our preference for interlaced scanning over progressive derives from our belief that we must optimize the HDTV standard for broadcast and cable delivery of programming to consumers.
The non- interlaced screens on all of the monitors provide users with a flicker- free image, even with graphics-intensive Windows applications.
GraphTEK 2 supports all standard display resolutions up to 1024-by-768 and up to 77 Hz refresh rate for both interlaced and non- interlaced monitors.
Pure Edge Enhancement virtually eliminates jagged edges from traditional interlaced video formats by creating refined edges around the objects on the screen.
The card accepts interlaced or non-interlaced monochrome or RGB video signals including the STANAG 3350 format.
The TrueView 5700 is a low pin count, highly integrated video image display processor that accepts interlaced or progressive digital video signals and provides a high-quality progressive RGB analog or 16-bit digital YCbCr display output.
Additionally, the chip offers composite and S-video TV outputs, interlaced or progressive analog component video outputs (YPbPr or RGB), and support for DVI output.
The new HDTV UpConverter converts standard interlaced video (480i or 480p) and standard definition television signals into HDTV, progressive-scan resolutions of 480p, 720p or 1080i to provide users with cinema-quality video for an exhilarating home-theater experience.